The latest from rumor mill is a 6 inch HD screen totting Sony Yuga smartphone sporting a 13 MP camera & Snapdragon S4 Pro quad core processor.
Sony might up the ante with what could be the largest smartphone till date - a 6 inch screen totting Sony Yuga with some really mouth watering specs like 13 megapixel camera with Exmor RS CMOS sensor and f/2.4 aperture, Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and 2 GB RAM.
According to sites like Android Authority, this smartphone with model name C660X currently is being tested with Android 4.1.1. However, given that the device will be launched only by early next year, chances are that it will sport Android 4.2 at the time of launch.
But does a 6 inch device really qualify as a smartphone. The current biggest phone is the 5.5 inch screen bearing Samsung Galaxy Note II. Given that the Note (first version) came with a 5.3 inch screen and was called a Phablet (Tablet+Phone), this one from Sony might be more of a tablet than a phone.
The pricing and availability details of the purported Sony Yuga smartphone are not available.
Sony apparently also has a 5 inch screen device called Odin C650X. Keep checking The Mobile Indian for more information about it.
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The employees have been given clear instructions not to let information out before launch of devices.